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If you misplace or loose your title deed (Tapu) it is not a problem, and you can easily obtain a replacement.

You need to visit the local land registry office (Tapu Sicil Müdürlüğü) and request a new copy of your title deed, TAPU. You will need to pay a small legal fee.

Please show your original passport for identification.
A utility receipt for the property may also be requested. ie water bill or electricity bill.


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